By Bob E. Schutz, Allen Anderson, Claude Froidevaux, Michael Parke
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Published by means of the yankee Geophysical Union as a part of the Geophysical Monograph Series.
This quantity represents just a small "snapshot" of the interdisciplinary study being carried out. Modem house geodesy is without doubt one of the universal hyperlinks among the disciplines mirrored during this quantity. New advancements in gravimetry and house suggestions will extra improve and foster interdisciplinary paintings in coming years.
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The 40 World Ocean tide model, 01 tide elevation. Harmonic constants of tidal elevation from measurements at 38 positions (marked by full squares) assimilated into the model with Q = 1 X 10-1° ms-3 and q = 1 cm. Cotidal lines and coamplitude lines as in Fig. 1. Positions of comparative data as in Fig. 2. 605 305 300 30S 60S . - i... ■-• 4 I-. ,..... ,... —.. ---- ..... : .. "4-- ---4---- - .... 1 ....... • , -... i. i 10 30E 60E 90E 1200 15 0 I 180 15i00 120W 90W 0 Fig. 6. The 4° World Ocean tide model, 01 tide elevation.
Of Tex. at Austin, May 1983. Shum, C. , D. N. Yuan, J. C. Ries, J. C. Smith, B. E. Schutz, and B. D. Tapley, Precision orbit determination for the Geosat Exact Repeat Mission, J. Geophys. , 95, C3, 2887-2898, Mar. 15, 1990a. Shunt, C. , B. H. Zhang, B. E. Schutz, and B. D. Tapley, Altimeter crossover methods for precision orbit determination, J. Astron. , 38(3), 19906. Stanley, H. , The Geos-3 project, J. Geophys. , 84, 1979. Stewart, R. , University of California Press, Berkeley, 1985. , On determining the large-scale ocean circulation from satellite altimetry, J.
Gravimetry and Space Techniques Applied to Geodynamics and Ocean Dynamics by Bob E. Schutz, Allen Anderson, Claude Froidevaux, Michael Parke